Definition of Honore balzac
1. Noun. French novelist; he portrays the complexity of 19th century French society (1799-1850).
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1. Honoré de Balzac: his life and writings by Mary Frances Sandars (1904)
"... and we have already seen that he was entered on the school register as Honore " Balzac, and that his parents at that time called themselves M. and Mine. ..."
2. The Quarterly Review by George Walter Prothero, John Gibson Lockhart, William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, Sir William Smith (1907)
"surprise—that Honore de Balzac, whom we already knew to be plain honore balzac, was actually Honore" Balssa. It is only to be hoped that librarians of the ..."
3. Literary Reviews and Criticisms by Prosser Hall Frye (1908)
"... even before the informal tribunal of one's own consciousness, as Honore" Balzac—or de Balzac, as he loved with childish vanity to hear himself called. ..."
4. An Englishman in Paris: (notes and Recollections). by Albert Dresden Vandam (1892)
"... albeit that Balzac's fame was not altogether unknown to them. " Gentlemen," said the visitor, " I am honore balzac, a neighbour and a confrere to boot. ..."